News that Nike is dropping its sponsorship of tainted cyclist Lance Armstrong brought me back to one of the most poignant sections of his first book, "It's Not About the Bike."
Armstrong described the aftermath of his
Now, though, Armstrong has been hit with allegations by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency that he used illegal performance-enhancing drugs as he tore up the competition in
Armstrong, who also left the chairmanship of his foundation today, denies the allegations of doping. But all the movement makes me want to demand a refund -- of the time and money spent on Armstrong's book. And I can't imagine anyone wanting to read his memoir -- unless they're looking for hints about his personality.